Getting to Singapore
By Air

Singapore’s Changi Airport is one of the busiest and best connected in the world, handling over 100 airlines flying to some 400 cities. The airport is also home to Singapore Airlines, the flag carrier of Singapore. Together with Scoot, both airlines fly to more than 135 destinations globally.
The award-winning airport itself is jam-packed with activities and amenities, making it a world-class attraction in its own right.

By Sea

As a leading homeport in the heart of Asia, Singapore is one of the world’s busiest cruise centres.
Whether you’re travelling with your family or planning a honeymoon with your significant other, you’ll find Singapore to be the port of call for some of the world’s most luxurious cruises.

By Land

Cruising into Singapore from West Malaysia is a relaxing and scenic way.
If you’re travelling here by land, do note that Singapore has two checkpoints that operate 24 hours daily, located at Tuas in the west and Woodlands in the north.
Motorists of foreign-registered vehicles are required to have valid Autopass cards and motor insurance for their vehicles.
Owners of foreign-registered motorcycles and cars are encouraged to apply online for a VEP/Autopass card.

Getting Around Singapore

Singapore's public transport system is fast and efficient, and will whizz you to memorable attractions without fuss.

By Public Transport
Singapore’s MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) and bus systems have an extensive network of routes that will help you zip around the city.
Most of our popular attractions are just a short walk away from an MRT station, making our trains a great way to get around.
Our bus routes are also some of the most scenic, allowing you to indulge in the lush greenery and beautiful architecture of our ‘city in a garden’. All public buses are wheelchair accessible and open strollers are allowed. Please approach our friendly bus captains if you need assistance. Do take note that you may be required to fold your stroller if the bus has too many passengers. You can refer to the the SBS Transit, SMRT, Go-Ahead Singapore, and Tower Transit Singapore websites for more information and guidelines.
By Taxi or Ride-hailing Apps
Taxis are comfortable and especially handy if you want to go to places not accessible by the bus or MRT. Cabs here are metered, but there may be surcharges depending on when, where and which company’s taxi you board. To get a rough idea of the final fare, check with the driver on the surcharges and ask for a receipt at the end of the trip. You can also check out this website for a quick and easy comparison. You can hail a taxi by the roadside at most places, or by queuing for one at a taxi stand, which you’ll find at most malls, hotels and attractions. Alternatively, you may use one of the ride-hailing applications available in Singapore to book a ride from your preferred pick-up point to your desired destination. Some options available include Grab, Gojek, Ryde and TADA.

By Bicycle
Cycling around our sunny island is a great way to get your dose of Vitamin D and enjoy the green spaces that dot our city.
Singapore boasts a well-connected network of cycling paths, and you can rent shared bicycles from licensed operators.
Feel free to bring your foldable bike onboard our trains and buses, but check if they’re too bulky. You can find guidelines for cycling in Singapore here.

The Data and images are originated from Singapore Tourism Board.